In honor of #ADHDAwareness month, P.S.A has an episode dedicated to spreading awareness to both ADD and ADHD. The episode reveals that this mental disorder doesn't just go away with age. In fact, there are many adults who struggle with these disorders daily. To bring home the point, the episode makes several television, and movie references, and even discusses the plus side of using Juice Plus. *I DO NOT OWN THE CLIPS USED*.
Episode 27 featuring (@themelvinanderson) dissects fantasies. When most people hear the word fantasy, they think of something sexual. In reality, one's fantasies can be about their dream goals, dream house, and even dream spouse.
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Trauma Kings and Queens
Everybody is traumatized to some degree. Some more than others. The episode discusses the different types of traumas that we can endure, as well as discuss some possible solutions, while tying in every lesson with Lil Wayne references.
After an unexpected week off, P.S.A ironically comes back with an episode catered to stress. The purpose of this episode is to showcase that although stress is inevitable, it is a person's choice to remain "stressed out". The episode features @(chelle.glams), who is notorious for allowing stress to consume her at times. As she opens up, the listeners will be able to see what it's like for those that overthink. People who overthink will be able to relate, while people who don't will be able to have an idea on what overthinking is like. *I DO NOT OWN COPYRIGHTS TO SOUNDS AND CLIPS USED*
Episode 24 was inspired by the phrase "i'm a good person". Izzy wants to know "who said that"? Most categorize people in two categories. This consist of good people and bad people. The episode calls those people to the carpet and asks "who died and made you king". Either way, the episode reveals how most people are a healthy mix of good and evil. *inserts Mandark laugh*